Though Philadelphia gets much of history buffs’ attention, planners have their choice of historic venues in smaller cities throughout Pennsylvania.
The Inn and Spa at Loretto features 136 guest rooms and more than 12,000 square feet of flexible meeting and event space.
In the Hendricks and Hamilton County suburbs of Indianapolis, meeting planners will discover everything they need.
Work and play thrive together in Atlantic City.
Meeting planners will enjoy the Carolinas historic venues, coastal towns and college towns featured in the 2018 Carolinas Meeting Guide.
West Chester Township, Ohio, is a great midway point between Dayton and Cincinnati, with affordable rates and major attractions nearby.
A Gulf Coast gem, the Perdido Beach Resort offers a relaxing place to play, meet and stay with tons of options for eating and entertaining.
Make the most of the Oregon Coast in Eugene.
The coastal cities of the Carolinas are surrounded by water, not only the Atlantic Ocean but also major rivers, salt marshes, tidal creeks and the Intracoastal Waterway.
In the history-rich Carolinas, organizers can reserve historic train stations, former firehouses, massive cotton mills, old cigar warehouses and even a famous artist’s summer retreat.